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    madmanz is offline Junior Member
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    to premake a shake for later

    to add in an extra meal during bulking i want to get a protein shake in around 3to 4am. is it ok to premix the protein shake with milk to have 5 hours later of course i will re shake it up then, or do u need to drink to shake within ahour or so of making it

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    KeyMastur is offline VET
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    it's fine to make it. just keep it refrigerated. ugh. don't want to be drinking any curds. haha.

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    Shredz is offline Respected Member
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    why would you...it takes like 2 seconds to put some water in a shaker or hell have the water in there all ready take a scoop and the shake it up.

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    I make the shake a few hours before I go to bed & put it in the freezer. Then when I go to bed I take it out of the freezer & put it on my nightstand. By the time I wake up in the middle of the night its unfrozen but still cold.

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    KeyMastur is offline VET
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomic
    I make the shake a few hours before I go to bed & put it in the freezer. Then when I go to bed I take it out of the freezer & put it on my nightstand. By the time I wake up in the middle of the night its unfrozen but still cold.
    what happens if you don't wake up one night ??

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    Actually mixing shakes ahead of time is a good thing. It helps everything blend together nice and helps cut down on gas for some reason.
    And I can't have my middle of the night shake too cold. Nothing worse than getting brain freeze when you are half asleep.

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